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Is there a doctor in the house?

Written by: 9 December 2016 No Comment

I generally only pick mixes that can be downloaded – for thats how I do my listing… and I haven’t quite made the jump to streaming mixes, I’m old. This has meant I’ve all but given up on the Cadenza podcasts which were my fave source for great mixes… which si a shame as they’ve had a blinding year but I’m swamped for great choices so stuff em!

I’ve made an exception here cause I’ve been hammering this particular one and for a change its one I made the effort to find a DL of – i.e. spent ages googling around util I found it (sorry no link here, I did this a week or so ago so its been washing from my memory and cache).

This is what I’d call a really solid mix, one that doesn’t scream at you to play it over and over… but you find yourself doing that anyways.



Doc Martin is a bona fide legend of the house music scene, and his involvement with the music can be traced back to the mid-80s. Right there on the cusp of the house sound, Doc has become synonymous with the West Coast of America’s dance scene. From spinning records in San Francisco, various residencies in New York, tours with the likes of Grace Jones, The Prodigy, Moby and Dee-Lite, and welcomed with open arms across Europe at clubs like Back To Basics, Cream and Ministry Of Sound, Doc Martin has tirelessly supported the music over the years with a great passion.

As a producer, Doc has served up A list productions on labels like Moonshine Music, Siesta, Wax Records and Sublevel, as well as DJ mix compilations for Fabric, DM and Nitegrooves, quite simply Doc Martin is the DJs’ DJ, and it’s a huge pleasure to have him on this weeks Source to Cycle.



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